Paris, which is the national capital, is located 75 miles (121 kilometers) south of Assevillers.
The area around Assevillers is crisscrossed with fabulous attractions, from perennial tourist favourites to lesser known delights. Thezy-Glimont, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east, and Bouillancourt-la-Bataille is located 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast.
Amiens is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Assevillers. This regional center features a number of interesting attractions, like Amiens Cathedral, Hortillonnages Floating Gardens and Jules Verne House. Zenith Amiens, Musee de l'Hotel de Berny and Samara are other places to see for those who have time left.
An excellent way to truly appreciate a region is by discovering its past. Don't miss the old towns while you are here.
When it's time to take time out to smell the roses, try bird watching or cycling.
Be sure to take your tastebuds on a journey through the flavors and aromas of Picardy. Flamique a porions (leek tart) and tart au maroilles (cheese tart) are commonly enjoyed by travelers and local foodies alike.
Making the time to memorize a few key phrases in the local language separates the true travelers from the mere tourists. A good example of a useful sentence is "Je viens de..." (I come from...). "What's your name?" is also useful, so try pronouncing "Comment est-ce que vous vous appelez ?"
As your adventure winds down, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Au revoir / À bientôt"